Did you know apprenticeships are a good way to help fill entry level cybersecurity roles? Meet Joshua Watson. He’s one of Midwest Cyber Center’s candidates ready to start their cybersecurity apprenticeship journey.
Joshua Watson is a St. Louis native. Over the years, he has developed profound interests in basketball, art, music, and technology. Unlike most, he appreciates and is intrigued by the underlying philosophies, authenticities, and disciplines within the listed elements which effortlessly snags on his interests. From a career perspective, Joshua looks forward to learning about the cyber security, growing personally and professionally within the field. He also wishes to give back to the community and facilitate cyber security workshops in his own learning center to invest in young minority minds. Working closely with industry professionals will enhance Joshua’s industry knowledge, skills, and tactical experience, exponentially. Also, he will learn to better hone his strengths and improve upon areas of opportunities. With Joshua’s devoted passion in this continuously changing environment, he hopes to polish his skills and abilities in Cyber Security through the program and its company affiliates. Joshua desires to contribute to the continuous success of the apprenticeship program and help meet or exceed expectations by embracing and encouraging innovative thinking, fellowship, competitiveness, and integrity.
The Midwest Cyber Center (MC2) exists to connect ambitious people like Joshua with life-changing opportunities to learn cybersecurity, enabling them to earn well-paying jobs that last.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week, join us Nov 15th as we update employers on the future of MC2’s program and how companies can hire candidates. We will also hear from companies who have partnered with us, a current apprentice, and candidates available to hire.REGISTER NOW!